Take a moment to reflect

CCNY hosts one of 14 installations across N.Y. depicting the plight of immigrants and refugees.

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Take a moment to reflect

Take a moment to reflect

CCNY hosts one of 14 installations across N.Y. depicting the plight of immigrants and refugees.

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Career advancement is calling

CPS reintroduces two of their most popular courses. Don’t miss the Feb 24th deadline to register.

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Career advancement is calling

Career advancement is calling

CPS reintroduces two of their most popular courses. Don’t miss the Feb 24th deadline to register.

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Discover The Story

Award winning poet and Director of Cave Canem, Nicole Sealey, will deliver a reading on Tuesday, Feb. 27.

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Discover The Story

Discover The Story

Award winning poet and Director of Cave Canem, Nicole Sealey, will deliver a reading on Tuesday, Feb. 27.

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CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH

CCNY hosts a variety of cultural and social events in observance of Black History Month.

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CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH

CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH

CCNY hosts a variety of cultural and social events in observance of Black History Month.

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A COLLEGE THAT PAYS YOU BACK

Princeton Review recognizes CCNY’s valuable return on student tuition investment.

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A COLLEGE THAT PAYS YOU BACK

A COLLEGE THAT PAYS YOU BACK

Princeton Review recognizes CCNY’s valuable return on student tuition investment.

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    Research Spotlight
    PIRE Project leader Masahiro Kawaji  with CCNY Grove School of Engineering PhD students

    CCNY receives $5.2 million NSF grant to conduct a five-year international research project on complex fluids.

    Faculty Spotlight
    Dr. Michio Kaku

    Physicist Michio Kaku’s latest book examines the future of humanity and creating a viable civilization in outer space.

    Program Spotlight
    CCNY students on computer

    Facebook partners with City College to launch a web security course addressing cyber security in modern technology.

    Community Spotlight
    President Barack Obama and David Letterman at CCNY | Photo Credit: Netflix/Joe Pugliese

    Obama returned to CCNY to chat with David Letterman about life before and after the White House.

    Faculty Spotlight
    CCNY chemical engineer Rosemarie Wesson, the first female treasurer in AIChE history.

    Associate Dean Rosemarie D. Wesson becomes the first female treasurer for The American Institute of Chemical Engineers.

    AWARD SPOTLIGHT
    Aerial View of CCNY Campus

    City ranks among best regional universities for 2018, according to the U.S. News & World Report.

    Photo of the Quad in Winter with Snow on the Ground and an American Flag Flying
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    <h2>A COLLEGE THAT PAYS YOU BACK </h2> <p></p><p>Princeton Review recognizes CCNY’s valuable return on student tuition investment.</p><p></p> <a href="https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/news/princeton-review-lists-ccny-among-top-colleges-pay-you-back" class="feat_read_more">Read More »</a>
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    <h2>CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH</h2> <p></p><p>CCNY hosts a variety of cultural and social events in observance of Black History Month.</p><p></p> <a href="https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/news/black-history-month-2018-events-ccny" class="feat_read_more">Read More »</a>
    Black History Month Art Work
    <h2>Career advancement is calling</h2> <p></p><p>CPS reintroduces two of their most popular courses. Don’t miss the Feb 24<sup>th</sup> deadline to register.</p><p></p> <a href="https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/cps" class="feat_read_more">Read More »</a>
    Continuing and Professional Studies
    <h2>Take a moment to reflect</h2> <p></p><p>CCNY hosts one of 14 installations across N.Y. depicting the plight of immigrants and refugees.</p><p></p> <a href="https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/news/stations-cross-public-art-project-installation-ccny-opens-february-14" class="feat_read_more">Read More »</a>
    Stations of the Cross will take place from Feb. 14-April 1 and will kick off with a panel discussion Art, Religion, Politics, Justice: A City College Conversation on Thursday, February 15 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the North Academic Center, Room 0/201.
    <h2>Discover The Story</h2> <p></p><p>Award winning poet and Director of Cave Canem, Nicole Sealey, will deliver a reading on Tuesday, Feb. 27.</p><p></p> <a href="https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/english/creativewriting" class="feat_read_more">Read More »</a>
    Nicole Sealey an award winning poet